As the leaders criss-cross the country, the same marginal seats and candidates get most of the attention. But there are many "safe" seats no one’s talking about much that might come into play…
● Labor frontbencher Kristina Keneally is standing for the southwestern Sydney seat of Fowler. She’s being challenged by independent Dai Le, who’s betting on community anger at an "outsider" being parachuted in from the Northern Beaches.
● Based around Shepparton in regional Victoria, Nicholls was one of the Nationals’ safest seats. Incumbent Damian Drum has retired, and ABC election analyst Antony Green thinks independent Rob Priestly has a chance of getting over the line.
● Higgins is one to watch in Melbourne… Liberal Katie Allen isn’t facing a Teal challenger, unlike her neighbours in Kooyong and Goldstein, but Labor is bullish about its chances.
● The Greens think Ryan in Brisbane is in play on Saturday. It’s as blue as blue ribbon seats come, so if either Labor or the Greens claim it, you’ll know a big swing is on.
What it means: Remember the magic number is 76. That means the Coalition has got to hold every seat or pick one up for every loss. Labor needs to win 7 seats to have a majority.
What’s next: Enjoy the ride on Saturday night… There are 151 contests in the lower house, so there could be a good sprinkling of surprises.